• Hannah Brown said Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey's Apple TV+ docuseries made her "a little emotional"
  • She praised them, saying they did a wonderful job letting people struggling with mental health "feel so seen"
  • Brown said the show is a great resource for anyone to check out "to not feel so alone"

Hannah Brown has shared her thoughts on Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey's new docuseries about mental health on Apple TV+.

The former "Bachelorette" star revealed on her Instagram Story Friday that she watched "The Me You Can't See," which was co-produced by the Duke of Sussex and Winfrey, and that it allowed her reflect on her own mental health.

"Prince Harry and Oprah guide the conversation so well, and the people who they interview just make you feel so seen and heard if you struggle with any kind of depression, anxiety, mental illness of any kind," Brown wrote, as quoted by People.

"It's just really powerful. Honestly, it made me feel a little emotional because I could feel all the feelings from it, because I understood so much. But I thought it'd be great for anyone who sometimes has a hard time expressing what it's like. They do a wonderful job explaining it," she continued.

The "Dancing with the Stars" alum recommended the docuseries as a good resource for those who need help in helping themselves or others with their mental health. She explained that the show would be beneficial to the audience because the conversations there are “so impactful.”

"So, if you have a family, friend, loved one that just can't understand, this would be a great resource for them to check it out, and for you to check out yourself, to not feel so alone," Brown wrote.

"It's not easy living with depression & anxiety or any mental illness, but conversations like these are so impactful to help us all feel not so alone on our mental health journey," she added.

Brown previously talked about her mental health for World Mental Health Day. "Admitting I wasn't okay, and acknowledging my silent, hostage struggle with anxiety and depression through my crocodile tears was a pivotal day for me," she wrote in October 2020.

"I have made big leaps of progress in healing and understanding 'it's okay not to be okay,' with important tools and support to help manage the thoughts and feelings that take over and store within me," she continued.

Meanwhile, in their five-episode series, Prince Harry and Winfrey both opened up about their own struggles and journey.

The Duke of Sussex revealed his wife Meghan Markle contemplated killing herself while she was pregnant with their first child, Archie, and that he felt they couldn't rely on his family. Prince Harry also alleged that Markle was the victim of a smear campaign launched by the firm and the U.K. media days before their bombshell interview with Winfrey aired on CBS.

"Before the interview, because of their headlines and that combined effort of the firm and the media to smear her, I was woken up in the middle of the night to her crying in her pillow because she doesn't want to wake me up because I'm already carrying too much," Prince Harry said of Markle in the series.

"That's heartbreaking," he added. "I held her. We talked. She cried, and she cried, and she cried."

Prince Harry also credited Markle with helping him see he needed help. "I'm now more comfortable in my own skin. I don't get panic attacks. I have learned more about myself in the last four years than I have in the 32 years before that," he said. "I have my wife to thank for that."

"The Me You Can't See" is available for streaming on Apple TV+.

Hannah Brown is competing on Season 28 of “Dancing With the Stars.” ABC/Justin Stephens